I just want to say I really like the results with nanomaxx. I’ve been using Benefect Impact for a while and I love it but I am really impressed by Nanomaxx. Hell, my wife mixed up some for her cleaning around the house. She uses it on the bathrooms and the glass shower walls and door. It’s really amazing.
I leave a spray bottle with customers to use. I always tell them use it for any accidental stains on the carpet or even stains on their clothing. Many of them use it up and then call to see if they can buy another bottle.
Which brings me to my question. Can I buy labels that have my company’s name and your nanomaxx label on them? I would continue to leave them a bottle of the product but I would also offer to sell them an additional bottle in between cleanings.
John, Incorporated and tested the Nanomaxx with my CRB in several vacant apartments this week. nanoMAXX was a perfect fit with the CRB. First, it could be applied as a pre-conditioner with a my4sons battery sprayer without any horrible coughing or eye irritation. Second, it went to work immediately on soil and spots, visibly breaking them down. Agitation with the CRB lifted and fluffed the fibers leaving them cleaner than any other encapsulation product I have tried before. Upon completion of the job, carpets looked cleaner and fresher and the nanomaxx left a light botanical smell behind. Thank you for such a product.
Okay, so NanoMAXX doesn’t affect my chronic bronchitis. This past year my breathing issues have become greater and I’m doing away with all cleaning products that I have discovered that will negatively affect my breathing.
NanoMaxx is doing amazing things with upholstery cleaning. For encapping (we ONLY encap), we typically we use 1 – 2 scoops of Radical Rinse depending on soil load on our lounge work agitated with a Cyclo Orbital with soft gray brushes and finished with microfibre towels. Great results, faster, better and more economical than anything else we’ve tried in the past. Adding Omega to that for fragrance and increased performance is also a favourite mix. BUT NanoMaxx is kicking that to the curb. Greasy soils from pets and hair product on headrests simply melts it away before we even touch it. For best results we mist No Rinse Spotter and/or Oxy with the NanoMaxx. Faster and better results than ever. Unbelievable! We’re hooked and can’t wait for the official release. NanoMaxx is a genuine game changer. Great work John!
Backwater spill cleanup at a bank… ATP readings cfu count before and after. BonnetPro nanoMAXX at 2oz gal+ Revive-it Rocket at 3 oz gal….
Under 50 cfu (colony forming units of bacteria is hospital room surgery clean)….over 200 cfu count is considered contaminated… it’s great to have a hospital grade gauge to actually measure the reduction in bacteria other than the visuals that “It looks clean.”
I’m very pleased with nanomaxx. It’s remarkable how well it removes the soil.
More nanoMaxx action. Little more challenging, but still got the job done.
I’ll test nanoMAXX tonight at Serramonte Mall in Daly City… there’s 12 seating areas of carpet throughout the mall, enjoyed by respective
ethnic groups from dawn to dark… old men that come to sit, and visit all day… near the food court challenging spills… 50,000 people visit every day, more at the Holidays… I start at 8 pm tonight.
Back at the Mall to inspect my work… this product is amazing… normally, the first night I can clean 6 of the 12 seated areas in 8 hours… last night I did 8 of them plus a 4300 sf carpet outside the Target store in 7 hours… ran out of clean finish bonnets! I’m back today to take dry after pictures. I used about 1.8 – 1.8 gallons total of mixed solution per 800 sf. Dry times very rapid! This stuff cuts through embedded soil faster than anything I’ve ever used. A couple before and after… I used 4 oz in my 3 gallon prespray containers.
I’ve never had another product, and I’ve beta tested a lot of them in years past, cut through crud like NanoMAXX does… or as quickly… this is my new go to… no oxidizes used above… didn’t need them with NanoMAXX, always boosted my prespray in the past here using “ old school cleaners”, lol.
First, let me say thank you for allowing me to have the opportunity to trial your NanoMAXX product before hitting the market. As you know, I used it at one of my cube farms. I clean Cube Farms, meaning hundreds of desks in a large open area. The traffic in this area reaches nearly a thousand people over it in a 24-hour period. The traffic area gets severely matted, discolored by parking lot oils, and gallons of spilled coffee and food. We used NanoMAXX on half and another popular product on the other half. NanoMAXX was mixed at one ounce per gallon in cold water and applied at approximately 400 square feet per gallon, then left to dwell for 10 minutes, then bonnet cleaned using Bonnet Pro IronMan bonnets. The other side was bonnet cleaned with another popular product mixed at 8 ounces per gallon in warm water applied at approximately 400 square feet per gallon and then bonnet cleaned using IronMan bonnets. The results were amazing. Five weeks later the NanoMAXX side is still holding up better and appearance is much brighter than the other side. This account is done bimonthly due to the traffic volume. Thanks for another great product that really wowed not only my self and crew, but our client as well.
I did some fun testing with two other products. One was a green encap that works very well, the other is not an encap but many people use it as an encap. Both the others were at 4 oz per gallon. The green encap says between 2-8 oz per gallon, but 2 oz was never enough for me. NanoMaxx was at 1 oz. I took a light green microfiber cloth that was well used. Cut it in three panels. Treated all three with ballpoint pen ink, permanent marker, espresso, chai tea concentrate and raspberry jam. I let them all dry. Then placed them in the three solutions. First round with no agitation. Then, second round with agitation. Lastly, let them dry naturally over night. In each round, the NanoMaxx was the clear winner, followed by the green encap, and the non-encap last. With the NanoMax ballpoint pen ink was the only one that came out 100%. The coffee and tea was almost completely gone. again, the best of the three. The permanent ink was at 50% for the NanoMaxx and green encap. The non-encap made no difference to this one. The color of the microfiber was so much more vibrant. Really apparent. Lastly after they dried, the non-encap was the stiffest. Almost rough. The green encap was better but still stiff. The NanoMaxx was was soft and my wife noted luxurious. Fun experiment! Again, just was just fun, not scientific. It’s minus 22 here, so playing around.